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Rainbow Rocks animated shorts
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Directed by Ishi Rudell
Jayson Thiessen (co-director)
Produced by Devon Cody
Written by Amy Keating Rogers[1] (#2, #5, #7-8)
Cindy Morrow (#1)
Natasha Levinger (#6)
Josh Haber (#3-4)
Jayson Thiessen, Katrina Hadley, Brian Lenard, Daniel Ingram & Michael Vogel[2] (#9-11)
Music by Daniel Ingram (#1, #7-11)
William Anderson (#2-6)
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Coinciding with the release of My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks, Hasbro also released eleven animated shorts, eight before the film and three after the film. They are not part of the film,[3][4] but the earlier eight shorts are "tied in to it" and the later three shorts are "related to" it, according to crew;[5][6] each of the later three shorts appears to correspond to a different element featured by the doll line.[note 1] The shorts have been released through multiple outlets online, including the Hasbro Studios Shorts YouTube channel, Hasbro's My Little Pony Equestria Girls YouTube channel, Hasbro's My Little Pony Facebook page, a German Equestria Girls YouTube channel, and a Latin American Spanish Equestria Girls YouTube channel. According to Ishi Rudell, at least some of the shorts are "not being released in the order they were made."[7] The first eight of these shorts are found in the special features section of the Rainbow Rocks DVDs and Blu-rays[8] and in Ruckus app(s), while the three encore shorts appeared as the first three audio tracks on the My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Friendship Games - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.

The first eight shorts premiered on Discovery Family on May 30, 2015 in the following order: Perfect Day for Fun, A Case for the Bass, Pinkie on the One, Music to My Ears, Guitar Centered, Hamstocalypse Now, Player Piano, Shake Your Tail!


Prequel shorts

Music to My Ears

Music to My Ears
Character(s) DJ Pon-3
Staff Cindy Morrow (writer)[1]
Carrie Mombourquette (storyboard)[9][10]
John Affolter (layout supervisor)
John Cantile (animation supervisor)[11]
Music by Daniel Ingram[12]
Length 2:26

Music to My Ears is one of the first eight animated prequel shorts released as a tie-in to My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks. It is the first to be published by the Hasbro Studios Shorts YouTube channel, in English on March 27, 2014, the first to be published by the My Little Pony Equestria Girls YouTube channel, in English on March 31, 2014,[13] the first to be published by the My Little Pony Facebook page, in English on April 4, 2014,[14] and the first to be published overall. The animation primarily focuses on DJ Pon-3.

Development and production

According to director Ishi Rudell, the original ending of this short involved Principal Celestia putting on the headphones and rocking out to the music.[15]

This short was adapted into chapters 4, 7, and 15 of the screenplay novelization My Little Pony: Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks.

The music from this short is briefly heard playing in DJ Pon-3's headphones in the film My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks. It also serves as a bonus track on the soundtrack album "My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack".

Summary

As DJ Pon-3 is crossing the street, she puts her headphones on and turns on some dubstep music. She starts walking to the music's rhythm, and everything around her moves and is synchronized with the beat, from a crossing guard to the chirping of baby birds to the barking of a dog. During her walk, she passes by the Crusaders and other Canterlot High School students. As DJ Pon-3 enters Sweet Shoppe, everything briefly slows down, and she passes by Diamond Tiara, Silver Spoon, Rainbow Dash, Fluttershy, Rarity, Applejack, and Pinkie Pie. At the counter, she buys a cupcake from Mrs. Cake before heading out.

Upon reaching Canterlot High, DJ Pon-3 struts through the hallway. A pair of students joins her, but Cranky Doodle motions for them to enter his classroom. The school bell rings, and every student except DJ Pon-3 is in class. She's stopped by Principal Celestia, who confiscates her headphones and gestures for her to get to class. As the principal walks away, DJ Pon-3 puts on a spare pair of earbuds, and the music resumes.

Transcript

[dubstep music]
[music stops]
Mrs. Cake: What can I get ya?
[music continues]
[school bell rings]
[music stops]
[music continues]

Guitar Centered

Guitar Centered
Character(s) Rainbow Dash
Trixie
Staff Amy Keating Rogers (writer)[16]
Mike Alcock (storyboard)[17]
John Affolter (layout supervisor)
John Cantile (animation supervisor)
Music by William Anderson[18]
Length 2:17

Guitar Centered is one of the first eight animated prequel shorts released as a tie-in to My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks. It is the second to be published by the Hasbro Studios Shorts YouTube channel, in English on April 4, 2014, the second to be published by the My Little Pony Facebook page, in English on April 14, 2014,[19] the second to be published by the My Little Pony Equestria Girls YouTube channel, in English on April 23, 2014,[20] and the second to be published overall. The animation primarily focuses on Rainbow Dash and Trixie.

Production

This short was adapted into chapters two and three of the screenplay novelization My Little Pony: Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks.

A snippet of an altered version of the short is played on Rainbow Dash's cellphone in the film My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks.

Summary

Rainbow Dash visits a music shop with her friends to replace her broken electric guitar with one that "looks as awesome as [she's] gonna make it sound." A double-necked guitar catches her eye, but Trixie grabs it at the same time she does, and the two begin to fight over it. At Applejack's suggestion, Rainbow Dash challenges Trixie to a "shred-off" to determine who will keep the guitar.

The two girls fight to outperform each other with their solo guitar riffs. As Trixie begins to gain the upper hand, Rainbow Dash's entire body levitates into the air and surges with an electrical aura, transforming her into her pony-like form and changing her guitar's appearance. Rainbow Dash hits the ground and creates a sonic rainboom-like shockwave that blows Trixie aside.

The other girls applaud Rainbow Dash's performance, but as DJ Pon-3 hands her the double-necked guitar, Rainbow Dash decides to let Trixie have it, saying her transformed guitar is the one that "really speaks to [her]." Trixie gloats over her self-supposed victory as Rainbow Dash leaves with her new guitar, only to read its price tag and realize her prize costs $12,000, and swears revenge on Rainbow Dash.

Transcript

Rarity: Rainbow Dash, I simply don't understand why you can't just play the guitar you have.
[sproing]
Rarity: [gasps] Now I understand.
Pinkie Pie: How about this one?
Rainbow Dash: No.
Pinkie Pie: Lookie here!
Rainbow Dash: No.
Pinkie Pie: Super groovy!
Rainbow Dash: No, Pinkie.
Applejack: Well, whatcha looking for?
Rainbow Dash: That's the problem! I need something that looks as awesome as I'm gonna make it sound. [gasps] Hands off my guitar, Trixie!
Trixie Lulamoon: I touched it first, Rainbow Dash!
Applejack: Sounds to me like this is a makin' for a nice, friendly competition.
Rainbow Dash: All right! Let's see who plays best!
Trixie Lulamoon: A shred-off?
Rainbow Dash: Shred on.
[electric guitar battle]
Applejack, Pinkie Pie, Fluttershy, and Rarity: [cheering]
Rainbow Dash: Check me out! Uh, she can have it. Turns out this is the one that really speaks to me.
Trixie Lulamoon: The Great and Powerful Trixie always wins in the end! [laughs]
Rainbow Dash: I doubt it.
Trixie Lulamoon: Twelve-thousand dollars?! You'll pay for this, Rainbow Dash!
Pinkie Pie: No, silly! If you want it, you have to pay for it.

Hamstocalypse Now

Hamstocalypse Now
Character(s) Fluttershy
Staff Josh Haber (writer)
Dan Houghs (1st draft storyboard)
Kanako Iwata (storyboard revisionist)
John Affolter (layout supervisor)
John Cantile (animation supervisor)
Music by William Anderson
Length 2:19

Hamstocalypse Now is one of the first eight animated prequel shorts released as a tie-in to My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks. It is the third to be published by the Hasbro Studios Shorts YouTube channel, in English on April 11, 2014, the third to be published by the My Little Pony Equestria Girls YouTube channel, in English on April 23, 2014,[21] the third to be published by the My Little Pony Facebook page, in English on April 27, 2014,[22] and the third to be published overall. The animation primarily focuses on Fluttershy. The title is a play on the title of the 1979 movie Apocalypse Now.

Production

This short was adapted into chapters eight and nine of the screenplay novelization My Little Pony: Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks, which was released days earlier than the short itself.

Summary

Rarity helps Fluttershy volunteer at the animal rescue center to clean the hamster habitat. Fluttershy lets all the hamsters out with Rarity so she can clean out the tubes. When Fluttershy finishes, she finds that the hamsters have gone out of control during Rarity's attempts to accessorize them. Unable to calm the hamsters down, the girls reach for their backpacks to catch them. A tambourine drops out of Fluttershy's bag, hypnotizing the hamsters with its sound. Fluttershy shakes her tambourine to lure the hamsters back into the habitat, gaining her pony ears, wings, and tail in the process.

Transcript

[door creaks]
Fluttershy: Thanks for coming, Rarity. The rescue center needs all the help it can get.
Rarity: Oh, but of course, darling. Helping cute little puppies and kitties will never go out of style.
Fluttershy: Once a year, a lucky volunteer gets to clean the hamster habitat. I signed up for it months ago to be sure I'd get it. [sing-song] Housecleaning!
Rarity: Ooh. Uh, Fluttershy, darling, aren't hamsters, uh, rodents?
Fluttershy: They sure are. But they're cute and cuddly like bunnies. Okay, everyhamster, follow Rarity into the next room. She'll take good care of you while I give your home a nice scrub.
[pounding on the glass]
[door opens]
Fluttershy: Rarity, what happened?!
Rarity: Oh! Aah! Well, uh, Carl Pettington's coat just begged to be accessorized, but Emilia Furhart refused to be left out and got Curtis Pawpower to chew right through Carl's little scarf, and before I knew it, I had a habitat-wide feud on my hands! [beat] Also, I named them.
Fluttershy: Ladies and gentlehamsters, please! Now, I know you're all upset, but why don't we head back into the habitat and talk it over?
Carl Pettington: [smooches]
Emilia Furhart: [squeaks angrily]
Fluttershy and Rarity: [gasp]
Curtis Pawpower: [frightened squeak]
[tambourine jingles]
[door closes]
Rarity: Huh! I never would have guessed hamsters could be so touchy about fashion!

Pinkie on the One

Pinkie on the One
Character(s) Pinkie Pie
Staff Josh Haber (writer)
Mike Alcock (storyboard)[23]
John Affolter (layout supervisor)
John Cantile (animation supervisor)
Music by William Anderson
Length 2:15

Pinkie on the One is one of the first eight animated prequel shorts released as a tie-in to My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks. It is the fourth to be published by the Hasbro Studios Shorts YouTube channel, in English on April 25, 2014, the fourth to be published by the My Little Pony Equestria Girls YouTube channel, in English on May 6, 2014,[24] the fourth to be published by the My Little Pony Facebook page, in English on May 11, 2014,[25] and the fifth to be published overall. The animation primarily focuses on Pinkie Pie.

Production

This short was adapted into chapters ten, eleven, and twelve of the screenplay novelization My Little Pony: Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks, which was released weeks earlier than the short itself.

Summary

Pinkie Pie is being instructed by Granny Smith in making cookies in a home economics classroom. Rainbow Dash reminds her that she's supposed to help find a drummer for Rainbow's band. Rainbow states that it's difficult to find someone who can use both hands like drummers do. Pinkie decides to make the cookies faster by folding another bowl of cookie batter with her free hand, but she folds the batter too fast, splattering the two bowls all over herself and Rainbow.

Later, Pinkie helps Rainbow make a banner by the soccer pitch, and is told to use as much glitter as she likes. Rainbow comments that a drummer needs the right instincts, which can't be just anyone. As a result of her rhythmic tapping on the giant glitter jar Pinkie sprinkles too much glitter and gets it all over Rainbow.

At lunchtime, Pinkie does some wild rhythms on the glasses, bowls, lunch trays and heads of her and her friends with her silverware and slamming her fists on the table. During all this, Rainbow says that the person must have a lot of energy, enthusiasm and be able to carry the whole band on their shoulders, while getting annoyed with Pinkie's antics. Rarity suggests finding an outlet for her energy, which gives Rainbow Dash an idea.

Pinkie is then seen behind a drum set doing a wild solo in the band room, and she transforms into her half-pony form. Rarity asks Rainbow Dash what gave her the idea of putting Pinkie on the drums, and Rainbow guesses that she just has "a sense for these things", and Pinkie Pie closes the short by doing a rimshot.

Transcript

Granny Smith: Just remember, the most important thing about sugar butter cocoa cookies is to fold your batter. Too much arm turnin'll make your cookies tougher than a lump of coal.
Rainbow Dash: Come on, Pinkie. You're s'posed to help me find a drummer for my band.
Pinkie Pie: I guess I could fold a little faster.
[pots and pans clattering]
Rainbow Dash: Most people don't know how hard it is to find someone who could use both hands the way a drummer does.
Pinkie Pie: I'll bet!
[splat!]
Granny Smith: Uh...
Pinkie Pie: [squee]
Rainbow Dash: [grunts]
Rainbow Dash: Now, it's important that our banner look awesome! So feel free to use as much glitter as you want. A drummer can't just be anybody.
Pinkie Pie: Oh, of course not. [tapping on the glitter jar]
Rainbow Dash: They need to have the right instincts, you know?
Pinkie Pie: Totally! [continues drumming]
Rainbow Dash: [coughs]
Rainbow Dash: It's gotta be someone with a lot of...
Pinkie Pie: [squirts strawberry syrup]
Rainbow Dash: ...energy.
Pinkie Pie: Absolutely! [stirs glass] [drums on lunch tray]
Rainbow Dash: I mean, a lot! Energy, enthusiasm...
[plates and trays clattering]
Applejack: Pinkie!
Pinkie Pie: [stops drumming] Whaaaaat?! [resumes drumming with silverware]
Rainbow Dash: They have to be able to carry the whole band on their shoulders!
Pinkie Pie: [still drumming with silverware]
Rainbow Dash: Ugh! Pinkie!
Rarity: We've got to find an outlet for all that energy!
Pinkie Pie: [wild, fast drumming]
Fluttershy: [exclaims]
Applejack: Whoa!
Rainbow Dash: Cool!
Pinkie Pie: [cymbals crash] [pants]
Rarity: Whatever made you think of Pinkie for the drums?
Rainbow Dash: I dunno. Guess I just have a sense for these things.
Pinkie Pie: [plays sting]

Player Piano

Player Piano
Character(s) Rarity
Staff Amy Keating Rogers (writer)[26]
Dan Hughes (storyboard)
Kanako Iwata (storyboard revisionist)
Music by William Anderson
Length 2:21

Player Piano is one of the first eight animated prequel shorts released as a tie-in to My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks. It is the fifth to be published by the Hasbro Studios Shorts YouTube channel, in English on May 10, 2014,[27] the fifth to be published by the My Little Pony Equestria Girls YouTube channel, in English on May 23, 2014,[28] the fifth to be published by the My Little Pony Facebook page, in English on May 25, 2014,[29] and the sixth to be published overall. The animation primarily focuses on Rarity.

Development and production

Ishi Rudell wrote on Twitter "Ronald Jenkees - Throwing Fire This guy was one of our inspirations for Rarity's key-tar sound in 'Player Piano' http://youtu.be/0O2aH4XLbto".[30]

This short was adapted into chapters thirteen and fourteen of the screenplay novelization My Little Pony: Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks, which was released more than a month earlier than the short itself.

Summary

Rarity struggles to push a weighty grand piano across campus in time for band practice with her friends, filthying her hair and clothes. She spots three human counterparts of the Diamond Dog boys digging near the school building, and attracts their attention with her dazzling allure. The boys are then shown carrying the piano through the school halls with Rarity riding on top, barging through a crowd of students blocking their path.

In the band room, Rarity's friends are impatiently waiting for her, with Applejack figuring she's planning to make a "grand entrance". Rarity finally arrives atop her piano, and is questioned by Rainbow Dash about her cumbersome choice of instrument, to which she argues the piano's elegance befitting of her "full musicality". Before she can begin playing, the band's reserved time in the room runs out, and they must relocate their rehearsal to the gym. Rarity moans over her ill fortune of having to move the piano again when Pinkie Pie suggests she use the more portable keytar—an instrument that's part-guitar, part-keyboard.

Rarity is taken by the instrument after playing a few notes and transforms into her half-pony form before her amazed friends. She is convinced to bring the keytar to their next rehearsal space, and asks the Diamond Dog boys to carry her there on the grand piano, to which they eagerly oblige.

Transcript

Rarity: [grunts, pants] Come on, Rarity! You simply must get this piano to band practice! [grunts and pants] What kind of person doesn't put a piano on wheels? [grunts, groans] Just look at me. I'm a mess. What I need is a bit more muscle. [to Fido, Rover and Spot] Oh, boys!
Rarity: I simply cannot thank you enough. And while I am a bit repulsed by your musky smell, I can appreciate that you're all diamonds in the rough.
[students screaming]
Rarity: Excuse me! Pardon me! Excuse me! Thank you!
Diamond Dog boys: [panting]
Pinkie Pie: [drums]
Rainbow Dash: Ugh! Where is Rarity?!
Applejack: That gal probably just wants to make some sort of grand entrance.
Rarity: Ta-da!
Applejack: Told ya.
Rainbow Dash: Rarity, couldn't you have chosen a more portable instrument?
Rarity: Heavens, no! The grand piano is the most refined and elegant of instruments. With it, I will be able to express my full musicality.
[kitchen timer goes off]
Rainbow Dash: Well, our time's up. I guess we'll have to move our practice to the gym.
Applejack: Guess you're gonna express your "full musicality" clear across campus.
Rarity: Huh? Awww...
Pinkie Pie: Or you could play this! It's part guitar, part keyboard! It's a guitarkey!
Rainbow Dash: You mean a keytar.
Pinkie Pie: Po-tay-to, to-mah-to.
Rarity: [plays keytar] Ooh! Oooh! Oh, my!
Applejack: Well, look at that!
Rainbow Dash: Cool!
Pinkie Pie: [gasps] Wowee!
Fluttershy: Oh, my goodness!
Applejack: Well, then, how about ya take that keytar and move your tail to our next rehearsal space?
Rarity: Fine, fine. [to Rover, Fido, and Spot] I don't suppose... [plays keytar riff]

A Case for the Bass

A Case for the Bass
Character(s) Applejack
Flim and Flam
Staff Natasha Levinger (writer)[31]
Rob Sales (storyboard)
Music by William Anderson
Length 2:18

A Case for the Bass is one of the first eight animated prequel shorts released as a tie-in to My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks. It is the sixth to be published by the Hasbro Studios Shorts YouTube channel, in English on May 24, 2014,[32] the sixth to be published by the My Little Pony Equestria Girls YouTube channel, in English on May 28, 2014,[33] and the seventh to be published overall. The animation primarily focuses on Applejack and the Flim Flam brothers.

Development and production=

According to Ishi Rudell, "nearly 20 seconds of Granny Smith hilarity" had to be cut "due to time constraints."[34]

This short was adapted into chapters five and six of the screenplay novelization My Little Pony: Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks, which was released more than a month earlier than the short itself.

Summary

At a garage sale in front of Applejack's house, Applejack asks Granny Smith to whom she accidentally sold her bass guitar. Granny Smith replies that she sold it to the owners of a new pawn shop.

Applejack and her friends enter the pawn shop, the Flim Flam Brothers' Everything-Under-the-Sun Emporium, and meet its fast-talking owners: Flim and Flam. Before the two can talk the five friends into a sale, Applejack inquires about the bass guitar in the far corner. Flim and Flam agree to sell the bass to Applejack for the "non-negotiable" price of $1,000. Rarity points out that the two bought it from Granny Smith for only two dollars, but Flim explains that they need to cover "overhead and transportation costs".

Applejack offers to pay back the two dollars they initially paid for the guitar, but the brothers are skeptical that it even belongs to Applejack; not even Applejack's monogrammed initials on the guitar strap are enough to convince them. When they go so far as to question Applejack's playing ability, Applejack takes the guitar and plays a skillful bass solo, causing her to transform into her half-pony form.

Flim and Flam are convinced of Applejack's rightful ownership but remind her of the costs of overhead and transportation, as well as stocking fees. Applejack's friends grow weary of the brothers' swindling, pressuring the brothers to agree to a trade. As part of the arrangement, Applejack promotes Flim and Flam's pawn shop on the sidewalk while dressed in a banana suit. Granny Smith walks by, commenting that she didn't know Applejack played the bass, and Applejack becomes annoyed.

Transcript

Flim: Welcome to the grand opening of the Flim Flam Brothers' Everything-Under-the-Sun Emporium!
Flam: If you want it...
Flim and Flam: ...We've got it!
Flim: Need a pogo stick?
Flam: A bowling ball?
Flim: A stuffed clown?
Flam: Whatever this is?
Applejack: Listen, Granny never should've sold my bass. I'll give ya the two dollars back and we'll call it even.
Rainbow Dash, Pinkie Pie, Fluttershy and Rarity: [agreeing]
Flim and Flam: Likely story!
Applejack: It is. That's my bass.
Flim: And can you prove that this is, in fact, your bass?
Rarity: Her initials are monogrammed right on the strap.
Flam: That could mean anything. It could stand for...
Flim: "Aardvark Junior"...
Flam: "Anvil Jokers"...
Flim: Or "Animal Jane".
Flam: I'll bet you don't even play the bass, Applejack... if that is your real name!
Rainbow Dash: Of course that's her real name!
Pinkie Pie: And she does play the bass!
Granny Smith: Since when do you play the bass?

Shake Your Tail

Main article: Shake Your Tail

Perfect Day for Fun

Main article: Perfect Day for Fun


Encore shorts

My Past is Not Today

Main article: My Past is Not Today

Friendship Through the Ages

Main article: Friendship Through the Ages

Life is a Runway

Main article: Life is a Runway


Gallery

DJ Pon-3 feeling the beat EG2

My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks/Animated shorts image gallery


Notes

  1. Life is a Runway: Doll assortment of Lyra Heartstrings, Sweetie Drops, Roseluck, Cheerilee, and Amethyst Star. My Past is Not Today: Time to Shine Doll of Sunset Shimmer. Friendship Through the Ages: Rockin' Hairstyle Doll assortment of Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash, Fluttershy, Pinkie Pie, Rarity, and Applejack.


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